I'd Wear That

A fun and easy way to do high low dressing is to pair a graphic tee with a skirt.  A graphic T-shirt is one of those timeless pieces that most us already have in our wardrobe.  It can be combined with any number of options to create a stylish outfit and depending on the type of skirt you pair it with, you can have a look that is casually chic, edgy, feminine or glamorous.

This outfit formula is one which fashion editor/stylist Giovanna Battaglia relies on including this combination which she wore to NYFW a few years ago. The elements which are all statement makers in themselves gives this look an extra wow factor overall. The iridescent pink and red pleated midi skirt especially stands out and pink and red is such a winning color combination. I have long admired her style and how she prioritizes timeless classics over trends while striking a  balance between polished elegance and playful whimsy.  She also doesn't shy away from color, patterns, sparkle or accessories that add a touch of visual interest.

Photos: Tommy Ton


FashionRadi said...

This outfit is everything. Loving the bright colors!

Emmylou said...

Love love love the skirt! She always looks so chic:) No wonder you love her style, chingu!
Happy Friday:)

Doctor Anne said...

I would wear that as well, except the heels, I am not sure I could walk in them.

R's Rue said...

I would definitely wear this look. It’s simply effortless.

Mica said...

I love the graphic tee! I really like the pink and red together too, although it's a combination I find tricky to wear I admire it on others and this is a great example of it! :)

Hope you had a good weekend! It was a great one here, busy Saturday with volunteering but a relaxing Sunday :)

Away From The Blue

Lovely said...

Such a fun look! In love with this skirt!

Ivana Split said...

I absolutely love this look, but personal I would never wear a graphic tee that has a swear word (the F world in this case) on it. It just comes from working as an educator for years. I don't swear and I don't like to see swear words printed on clothes as that puts them in public space.